Firm Says Comments, Posters Show Judge's 'Bias' and 'Hostility'

, New York Law Journal


Claiming Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Arthur Schack "openly demonstrated extreme bias and hostility" to John McDonough of Cozen O'Connor through "offensive ad hominem attacks" during litigation in a personal injury case, the firm has filed a motion for recusal.

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What's being said

  • Omg

    Completely bizarre and inappropriate behaviour, regardless of what may have motivated it. Appearing in state court is like going to a circus.

  • not surprised

    20 posters of defendant's counsel with a bulls eye drawn by the judge hearing the case and posted in and outside the courtroom by the judge.

    Where's the Committee on Judicial conduct?

  • Robert A

    Stop whining, if your case has merit then who cares who the judge is

  • Attorney


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